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Lactic ferments are probiotics, that is, man's 'friends', those who increase the defenses of our organism, who fight against 'our enemies' and who elaborate some vitamins and other very important substances for us. These benefactors are basically lactobacilli and bifidobacteria, present in yogurt and other dairy products.
To help the development of 'friendly bacteria', prebiotics play an important role, which we can simplistically define as 'food for bacteria'.
Inulin is one of the most important: it is a particular sugar that is found in nature in many plants, especially the chicory root and Belgian endive.
A healthy diet must include a habitual introduction of vegetables with a possible dietary supplement of prebiotics to keep the 'friendly bacteria' vital and efficient and thus strengthen our body's defenses.
The administration of probiotics is certainly very important but it is equally essential not to make them starve!

You probably did not do the treatment correctly or there were contraindications.
Before introducing the cannula into the rectum, it is essential to lubricate both the anal canal and the cannula.
It is advisable to put some lubricating gel or petroleum jelly on the middle finger of the hand being used and introduce it into the anal canal in order to facilitate both the insertion of the cannula itself and the subsequent elimination of feces. The same product is applied to the cannula in order to facilitate its entry through the anus.
Try to be well relaxed and with your hand help place the cannula in the rectum.
The softness and flexibility of the material used to build the cannula and good lubrication make this maneuver simple and safe.

There are no problems.
However, if you are on dialysis or have severe kidney failure, you should consult with your nephrologist.

The 'irritable bowel syndrome' is part of a vast chapter dealing with intestinal functional disorders, the nature of which is far from being clarified.
It is a very complex and widespread disease that puts both patients and doctors in difficulty. The dominant symptom is abdominal pain associated with a functional defecation disorder that can manifest itself in the form of diarrhea or constipation.
It is very difficult to establish the incidence of this disease (it is assumed 10-20% of the population with a prevalence of women) because the patient often consults the doctor late.
Therapy is very difficult and the results are not always encouraging.
In support of dietary and pharmacological treatments, the use of appropriate probiotics and intestinal washing with the BIO FLUFF device are very effective.

Constipation is not a disease but a symptom that identifies a person's difficulty and / or discomfort in eliminating their feces.
The incidence of constipation in the general population of Western countries is about 25% which means that 1 in 4 individuals complains of this symptom which is common to many diseases.
The prolonged stagnation of feces in the large intestine promotes the proliferation of 'enemy germs' and the decomposition of food residues with the formation of toxins that enter the bloodstream.
To eliminate these toxins, numerous areas of our body are involved (kidneys, liver, respiratory tract, skin) which can therefore suffer.
Regular use of the Bio Fluff device helps to restore the rhythm of evacuations as it stimulates bowel movements and therefore exerts a beneficial action by improving the state of 'well-being' of our body.

The anal fissure is a chronic wound that is located radially between the outside and the inside of the anus (anal canal).
It is a fairly frequent pathology whose cause is still not well clarified. It can occur in patients with constipation or diarrhea. The pain is usually very intense and long-lasting and coincides with the moment of defecation, then lasting for some interminable hours.
The bleeding, if present, is scarce. In these cases, in addition to the therapies prescribed by the specialist, it is necessary to promote the evacuation of feces in order to avoid traumatizing the area.
With the necessary precautions, in the absence of bleeding and after consulting the proctologist, intestinal washing with the BIO FLUFF device can be useful to accelerate the healing of the fissure.

The Bio Fluff device can certainly be used for proper rectal intimate hygiene and for thorough cleaning before and after anal intercourse.

The causes of anal itching are many and it is advisable to consult a proctologist to establish the nature of this annoying disorder.
In summary, we can say that there is a so-called idiopathic form, the nature of which is unknown, and a secondary form to various pathologies: viral (warts, ...), bacterial, fungal (candidiasis, ...), parasitic (pinworms, ...), hemorrhoids, fissures , fistulas, diabetes, psoriasis, eczema, allergies, insufficient hygiene, excessive sweating, etc.
Integrating the therapies recommended by the specialist with intestinal washing obtained using the BIO FLUFF device is doubly indicated both to maintain a regular intestinal function and to promote the elimination of intestinal parasites, bacteria, fungi, etc.

In many cases, prostatitis can be caused by a malfunction of the intestine resulting in an excessive 'disharmonic' development of bacteria in the colon which can consequently contaminate the prostate.
In these cases, intestinal cleansing represents a pillar of therapy and therefore intestinal washing with the BIO FLUFF device is highly recommended.
However, it is essential to be followed by a urologist who can prescribe the use of pro-prebiotics and in some cases of antibiotics.

Candida is a very insidious fungus that normally lives in the colon.
Its growth is controlled by so-called friendly bacteria. As a result of dietary errors, diabetes, debilitating diseases, decreased immune defenses, indiscriminate use of antibiotics, etc. this fungus has an excessive growth and from the colon it can pass into the circulation invading the vagina.
Candida vaginitis is one of the most frequent infections and affects more than 50% of women at least once in a lifetime.
Sometimes this inflammation becomes chronic and is very difficult to eradicate if no action is taken on the intestine where the fungus finds the ideal environment for its growth and spread.
A specific diet, associated with targeted therapies and periodic washing of the colon and vagina represents an optimal therapeutic choice.

This bond is an indispensable requirement to resist the expulsive effect due to both the movements of the intestine itself and the small tentacles of the mucous surface called villi.
The mucosa has a limited number of spaces (in technical terms they are called 'epithelial receptors') to host the bacterial flora and when the available places are occupied by friendly bacteria that stubbornly adhere to it, there is no room for 'the others' who however remaining inside the digestive tract they multiply and therefore are always ready to occupy those 'empty places' that could become available. Intestinal washing therefore does not compromise the firmly bound flora, but helps to eliminate the 'contenders'.
In any case, it is always useful to regularly take probiotics and prebiotics by mouth, to keep the army of 'friendly germs' active.